It’s true that we haven’t posted so many photos of our US tour. We took a lot but it was somehow difficult to post them while we were away because in a 8 people travel party there’s allways a line at the computer and the internet connection is sometimes hectic. We will slowly put some more but this one is a good illustration of the athmosphere…
So a few lines in english seem necessary because maybe too many people googled the translation to all of our blabbing on this site.
Google doesn’t understand sarcasm. The internet in general requires to be as cheesy as possible so we can all be amazing virtual friends (sorry: « awesome » virtual friends). This is new to us. Or maybe we think it’s boring. But the point is: we loved it. Every second of this tour was at least enlightning, and at the most, fantastic. A lot of it was fantastic. My favourite part was our relationship in the van. The time we spent with Matty, Chris, Hannah, Eric and with eachother. Just relaxing and great. Our american guides were very patient and nice and we were very demanding, I mean we didn’t even know how to buy stamps, they had to teach us everything, but with them we learned a lot. We found out how much we wouldn’t like to live in such a crazy violent and superficial place and we also found out how much we wished a lot of things were easier and more spontaneous in Europe.
To Julie: Don’t be mad. It was amazing to see you at the show in Brooklyn, so it was to see all our good friends there. The show was hectic and intimidating I mean you saw it yourself, everything was falling apart et la dernière chose qu’on avait envie d’entendre c’était des vannes en français. The rest of the evening was just great. Very great.
To the other people who have commented this page feeling sorry that we didn’t like touring there: stop using google, this is not what we said. Really.
Photo: Jérôme Schlomoff
Publié dans Concerts, Photo